Abstract

The article focuses on focuses on the professional skills that law schools do not teach law students. Topics include the complexity of legal practice, legal education reform in the U.S., and the number of law school graduates that feel prepared by law school annually. Information is provided on the Carnegie Report, which evaluates legal education and preparedness of law school graduates.

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